Anerlisa is a Kenyan lady who had been in a relationship with Tanzanian Singer Benpol. The two got engaged and married each other sometime last year in October. The two stayed in their marriage for sometime but unfortunately it never worked out and Benpol asked for a divorce from Anerlisa. She had to go back to Tanzania and signed the divorce papers and she came back to Kenya completely done with her marriage with Benpol.
In a video that has gone viral online, Anerlisa is sitted in a car, and a lady that can be assumed as her friend is the one driving. The mysterious lady starts to play Benpol's song, and urges Anerlisa to sing to it since apparently it was her song. At first Anerlisa lifts her hand up to signal that she doesn't want anything to do with the song. As her friend goes on and insists, she is lifts her middle finger to the camera and goes back to scrolling her phone, something that has raised mixed reactions online, making many raise brows in what he could have fine to her that made her hate even his songs.
Here are some of the reactions:
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